Pattern formation in generalized Turing systems I . Steady-state patterns in systems with mixed boundary conditions

@inproceedings{Dillon1993PatternFI,
  title={Pattern formation in generalized Turing systems I . Steady-state patterns in systems with mixed boundary conditions},
  author={Robert Dillon and Philip K. Maini and Hans G. Othmer},
  year={1993}
}
Turing's model of pattern formation has been extensively studied analytically and numerically, and there is recent experimental evidence that it may apply in certain chemical systems. The model is based on the assumption that all reacting species obey the same type of boundary condition pointwise on the boundary. We call these scalar boundary conditions. Here we study mixed or nonscalar boundary conditions, under which different species satisfy different boundary conditions at any point on the… CONTINUE READING
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